An Whole Working day in the Lifetime of a Landscape Photographer From Sunrise to the Milky Way

I begun residing in my SUV a couple of months ago to go after landscape images full-time. This episode is the pure essence of what a real day will involve.

You is not going to locate any in-depth classes, tutorials, or even me speaking to the digicam in this episode. My purpose was to deliver the most correct representation of currently being there with me through the journey of a day. The summer solstice resulted in early sunrises, late sunsets, and extended blue hours to hold out for sufficient darkness to seize the stars. This prompted me to rest for 3-to-4-hour durations twice a day rather than a whole night time of slumber. Individually, the hardest aspect about landscape images is just getting there. Luckily, this is a lot less complicated when you happen to be waking up or resting your head near exactly where you program on shooting. 

I was incredibly fortunate I had these problems for each individual section of the working day. It was not until just after producing this online video I recognized how most times would have experienced some part either stuffed with rain, clouds blocking the stars, or smoky haze in each individual picture. If you are curious how I captured or edited any of the pics in this episode, make sure you allow me know in the opinions, or if you just have any typical opinions for the structure, please permit me know. As always, thanks for viewing.